DTSG WARNS Group Against Enforcing Sit-At-home Order In Asaba


The Delta State Government has sent a strong warning to a group of persons aiming at enforcing the sit-at-home order in Asaba, the State capital.

TheNewsGuru.com (TNG) reports the Delta State Government issued the warning in a statement released on Monday by the Secretary to the State Government (SSG), Patrick Ukah.

The State Government strongly warned that it will allow any group under the guise of any organization to disrupt the peace currently being enjoyed in the State Capital.

The statement reads: “It has come to the notice of Delta State Government that a certain group of persons is trying to enforce a sit at home order in the State Capital Territory of Asaba and environs.

“The Government wishes to warn that any such group of persons under the guise of any organization that wants to disrupt the peace currently being enjoyed in Asaba and other neighbouring towns will be dealt with accordingly.

“Security agencies have been put on red alert and have been mandated to ensure that such threats by unscrupulous elements are promptly nipped in the bud.

“Residents of the state are assured of the state government’s commitment to ensuring continued peace and security of lives and property and they should go about their lawful duties without fear”.